Northern Europe-focused private equity house Triton has agreed a deal for the auxiliary components business of Alstom’s thermal power division for an enterprise value of about €730m.
The business provides air preheaters and gas-gas heaters for thermal power stations, heat transfer equipment for petrochemical and industrial processes, and grinding mills for diversified industrial applications.
Germany-headquartered, the asset is expected to generate revenues of more than €430m for the fiscal year ending yesterday.
Alstom, which already contributed up to 20 per cent of the company’s sales, said it would remain a major customer.
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